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Pease Note: Due to ongoing safety concerns around COVID-19, we have taken the decision to suspend all face-to-face training for the time being. To continue to support you and your pupils, we are in the process of creating a range of free or low cost webinars to develop teaching and learning through film across the curriculum. Please check back soon for more information on our upcoming sessions and details on how to sign up.
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Film Language: Sound is the second in our series of film language sessions and is particularly suitable for GCSE and A Level students of WJEC and OCR Film and Media Studies and CCEA's Moving Image Arts.
In this theoretical and practical session, we will explore the production of different types of sound, from location to Foley, as well as analysing the impact of different types of sound on audiences, such as contrapuntal and non-diegetic. There will be an opportunity to participate in the creation of sound which will be used to enhance film content.
Participants will be able to take away a ring-bound set of Film Language Prompt Cards for use in class, as well as the session materials used.
A thoroughly interesting and informative session. I learnt a lot about the different aspects of teaching sound.Tristan Clifton, Head of Digital Media, Colchester Institute
Below are a selection of resources and articles that complement our Film Language: Sound training.
This is a teaching resource written by CCEA's senior exam team, with Into Film in support of the GCE Moving Image Arts specification.
A set of cards to support GCSE and A level students to discuss and write about film text.
Explore mise-en-scène, camera, lighting and sound through two key films.